The distance of this trail is 6.27km and could take up to 2 hours and 20 minutes to complete. It has an elevation gain of 232m.
Although a moderate intensity trail, you will need some endurance fitness as there are some rocks to climb.
This trail is not suitable for mountain biking.
Named after the giant African millipede commonly known as the Shongololo, you’ll find many turns and zig zag bends on this long trail.
Keep a look out for warthogs, the natural wishing well on route and if you’re lucky, perhaps even a Crowned Eagle flying above your head.
Pack a nice picnic lunch to eat on route
Take your own water along, there are no water points on route.
Proper hiking boots are recommended.
Follow the BLUE arrows.